Simply stated, we are committed to obeying Jesus Command found in Matthew 28.19-20: Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold I am with you always, to the end of the age. Jesus not only saves us, He gives us something to do. Click here to learn more about how we understand the Great Commission.
We accomplish our mission through the focusing on the following prorities.
ROAD CHURCH: Gatherings
We gather as one church corporately every Sunday to celebrate the riches of God’s grace in Christ. Through singing, preaching, baptisms, and communion, we wors
hip all that Jesus has done and is doing in and through us. Our time is centered on lifting up the person and work of Jesus for His glory and our joy. We also gather to worship by playing together through various events, retreats, and special services.
ROAD GROUPS: Small Communities
Road Groups are how we organize ourselves to obey Jesus as we live out our mission to make disciples. Our groups are the primary engine for leadership development, discipleship, evangelism, community, mission, and even counseling. This is where life happens. We intend these groups to help us fulfill the Great Commission by living out the Great Commandment.
ROAD WORK: Training
This aspect of our ministry focuses on formalized discipleship for the purpose of equipping the body for ministry. This includes our ministry to men and women, all classes, mentoring, trainings, studies, boot camps, or conferences offered by our church. All Road Work is designed to mature men and women in Christ, beginning with new Christians and extending to future leaders, elders, and planters.
ROAD SALT: Partnerships
Road Salt is where we connect with like-minded believers to spread the gospel to locally, regionally, domestically, and internationally (Acts 1.8). We aim to serve with, give to, and otherwise promote ministry organizations to advance the gospel to the lost through evangelism, discipleship, social justice, and church planting. The focus here is people and groups with whom align theologically, who possess a clear mission to the lost, and who demonstrate a strong commitment to the local church.